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Resources

YOU'RE NOT ALONE...

Here you'll find a curated collection of resources aimed at providing assistance, guidance, and healing. Explore educational materials and practical tools to help navigate the journey toward safety and well-being.

Our commitment is to offer a comprehensive range of resources tailored to the unique needs of Indigenous Women & Two Spirited Individuals facing domestic violence. These resources are here to help support them on their path to empowerment and healing.

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Resources

By National Indigenous Women's Resource Center

IT'S ABOUT TRAUMA

It's not about what's wrong with you, it's about what happened TO YOU. The 'It's About The Trauma' Handout was put together to explain in detail how domestic violence transcends into many different types of trauma, it's effects and the indigenous ways of healing

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By National Indigenous Women's Resource Center

INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE

This is a gender-based institutionalized system of over-lapping continuous violent tactics used to maintain power & control fact sheet.

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By Brenda Hill for Sacred Circle, National Resource Center to End Violence Against Native Women

SAFETY PLANNING FOR WOMEN*

WHO STAY: BEFORE WE BEGIN

"The original intention of this article was to overview helping women be safer if they were staying with their batterer. But it morphed into something else. That topic is important and so there are links to a few excellent resources providing guidance at the end of this article. However, having been taught that preparation is half of ceremony, along with lessons about social change and advocacy requiring critical questioning and thinking, this transformed into more of a reflective discussion about context and perspective."

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STEP BY STEP GUIDE WHEN SOMEONE GOES MISSING

This is a 10 Step Guide on what to do when someone goes missing in your community.

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By Alaska Native Women's Resource Center

TEEN DATING VIOLENCE IN ALASKA

FACT SHEET

As youth explore relationships it can be difficult to identify what behavior is normal and what is abuse. In a healthy relationship both people trust and respect each other, feel equal, are fair, open, and honest, feel safe to share thoughts and ideas, have the right to say “No” at anytime for anything, and accept that even healthy relationships don’t always work out. 

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Adapted from Sacred Circle’s Resource, “Ending Violence Against Native Women From the Roots Up”

VIOLENCE VS NON-VIOLENCE TREE FROM 'ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST NATIVE WOMEN FROM THE ROOTS UP' 

'Ending Violence Against Native Women From the Roots Up' is an advocacy program development, supporting Native Women’s Sovereignty.

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